As technology continues to advance and media becomes more fragmented, new media buying options are emerging, like addressable advertising and hyper-targeting. As we enter this “brave new world” of personalized advertising, we’re beginning to see some amazing—and potentially disturbing—things.
Addressable advertising simply means delivering household-specific advertising based
The world of email marketing is constantly changing. Whether you are fundraising, promoting products, or building awareness, communications strategies are different than they were just a few years ago.
There was a time when email was a guaranteed way to get a message into someone’s inbox.
Every organization will at some point be faced with a crisis situation. A crisis is any situation that challenges the reputation of your organization, or clients, donors, or individuals associated with your organization. Whether it is directly or indirectly, your organization’s reaction and response to
This week Facebook announced that it will restrict users who attempt to use their livestream tool to “cause harm or spread hate.” Users who transgress this policy will be banned from using the tool temporarily (for 30 days), and possibly permanently.
Christian broadcasters and communicators should
One of the keys to developing adequate funding for your church’s media ministry is to develop an independent brand identity for your media outreach. Developing a strong brand involves more than just creating a good logo. It requires a commitment to identify and develop the